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Who are our African language courses aimed at?

  • Are you of African origin?

  • Do you have an African spouse?

  • Are you going to Africa for professional reasons?

  • Are you going on holiday in Africa?

  • You understand an African language but have trouble expressing yourself?

Progress report on the platform

Peul 27%
Bambara 100%
Soninké 93%
Ewondo 15%

Group and private lessons in Paris and Montreuil

Amharic is the official language of Ethiopia and the vernacular language of the Amhara ethnic group living in the north and center of the country. Read more…
A vehicular language with 4 million native speakers in Mali, 25% of the population and 13 million people who speak it as a second language, Bambara, called Bamanankan by its speakers, is the most important language in Mali. Read more…
Lingala originates from a mixture of Bantu languages ​​spoken by the inhabitants of the Congo River region, so it is generally considered to be an inter-ethnic language. Read more…
Onnu under the name Pulaar or Fulfulde and belonging to the West Atlantic linguistic branch, the Peul language is spoken in about twenty African countries. Read more…
Soninke, also called Sarakole, is a language belonging to the Mande language branch. It is spoken in several countries of West Africa including Mali (in the west), Senegal (in the east), Gambia (in the east), Mauritania (in the southeast) , in Guinea-Bissau and Guinea Conakry. Read more…

Spoken mainly in Senegal where it has the status of national language, the Wolof language is also spoken in The Gambia and Mauritania. Wolof belongs to the West Atlantic linguistic branch, a subgroup of the Nigerian-Congolese linguistic family. Read more…